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Vaughan Town Gredos XLIX By MICHAEL FLIEGER
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A COMPLIATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE WHO ATTENDED VAUGHAN TOWN AT BARCO DE AVILA GREDOS SPAIN FROM 14TH OCTOBER TO 19TH OCTOBER 2007 ON PROGRAM XLIX
Judische Flieger im Kriege ein Blatt der Erinnerung [German] By Felix A. Theilhaber-Berlin
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Flying Section 17 By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the second of those translations - Flying Section 17.< Less
War Flying In Macedonia By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the third of those translations - War Flying In Macedonia.< Less
Flying Section 17 By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In... More > 1915 he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the second of those translations - Flying Section 17.< Less
Double-Decker C.666 By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. After the war, Heydemarck wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English and published in the 1930s. This is the first of those translations - Double-Decker C.666.< Less
Double-Decker C.666 By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In... More > 1915 he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. After the war, Heydemarck wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English and published in the 1930s. This is the first of those translations - Double-Decker C.666.< Less
War Flying in Macedonia By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the third of those translations - War Flying In Macedonia.< Less
75 JAHRE IM 20. JAHRHUNDERT By Gerhard H. F. Lange
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In „75 JAHRE IM 20. JAHRHUNDERT“ blicke ich auf die Zeit von 1925 bis zum Ende des vorigen Jahrhunderts zurück und erzähle von meiner Kindheit zwischen den beiden Weltkriegen,... More > von den Kriegsjahren und davon, wie ich nach Rückkehr aus Krieg und Gefangenschaft versuchte, meinen eigenen Weg zu finden. Es war nicht in erster Linie die Suche nach materiellen Erfolgen, sondern nach der vorher vermissten persönlichen Freiheit, eigene Entscheidungen selbst zu treffen, die mich antrieb. In Australien wurden andere Anforderungen gestellt als in Deutschland; Südafrika hatte ebenfalls seine Eigenarten und selbst das Deutschland, in dem ich Jahre später (jetzt als Ausländer / Gastarbeiter) wieder Arbeit suchte, hatte sich grundlegend verändert. Ich musste mich oft umstellen und stets neu lernen. So arbeite ich jetzt auch mit einem Computer; eine Fertigkeit, die ich mir erst als Siebzigjähriger selbst aneignete. Im Beruf war dieses für mich noch nicht notwendig gewesen.< Less
75 JAHRE IM 20. JAHRHUNDERT By Gerhard H. F. Lange
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In „75 JAHRE IM 20. JAHRHUNDERT“ erzähle ich davon, wie ich versuchte, meinen eigenen Weg zu finden. Es war nicht in erster Linie die Suche nach materiellen Erfolgen, sondern nach... More > der vorher vermissten persönlichen Freiheit, eigene Entscheidungen selbst zu treffen, die mich antrieb. Als ich 1943 während meines ersten Heimaturlaubs mit meinen Eltern im Luftschutzkeller saß und die Bomben fallen hörte, dachte ich, dass alles vorbei sei. Für meine neben mir sitzenden Eltern war es das auch. Über mich hielt aber wohl damals (und vielleicht auch noch bei vielen späteren Gelegenheiten) jemand seine schützende Hand. Ich wanderte aus, wurde Australier, ging als Australier nach Afrika, und dann später auch wieder nach Deutschland. Ich befinde mich jetzt im neunten Lebensjahrzehnt und dies ist ein Rückblick auf vergangene, zum Teil lange vergangene Zeiten.< Less

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